CHINA

The Manchu Dynasty

(Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao )

GENEALOGY

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1735 - 1799 H.M. Emperor Ch'ien-lung [Kao Tsung Chun Tai Shang Huang Ti] [Fa T'ien Lung Yn Chih Ch'ng Hsien Cheh T'i Yan Li Chi Fu Wn Fn Wu Hsiao Tz'u Shn Shng Ch'un], the Great Illustrious Emperor of the Great Ch'ing Dynasty, Son of Heaven, Lord of Myriad Years, etc. b. at the Yung Palace, 25th September 1711, educ. Wan-huo sung-feng tien, Jehol and at Shang-shu-fang, Forbidden City, Peking. Granted the title of Prince Pao (Ho Sh Ch'in Wang Pao) 22nd March 1733, and appointed as Heir Apparent with the title of Huang T'ai Tzu on 7th October 1735. Mbr. Miao Control Cncl. 1735. Enthroned at the Forbidden City, Peking 18th October 1735. Conquered Turkistan in 1759 and established the submission of Burma in 1770 and Annam in 1789. Conferred executive authority to his younger son on 9th February 1796, reigning as T'ai Shang Huang Ti (Superior Emperor) thereafter. m. forty-one wives, including (first) at the Hsii-er-so, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 3rd September 1727, H.M. Empress Hsiao Hsien Chun (b. 28th March 1712; d. on board the Imperial Yacht, off Dezhou, 8th April 1748, bur. Y-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), prom. to Empress with the title of Hsiao Hsien Chun Huang Hou February 1738, daughter of Prince (Cheng-en Kung) Li-jung-pao [Zhuangjue], of the Fuca clan, Supervisor-in-chief of Chahar, of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner, by whom he had issue, two sons and two daughters. m. (second) H.M. Empress Hsiao Hsien [Nara-chi] (b. 1718; d. at Peking, 19th August 1766), granted the title of Hsien Fei 23rd January 1737, prom. to Hsien Kuei Fei 9th November 1745, and to the rank of Empress with the title of Hsiao Hsien Huang Hou 2nd September 1750, but deposed and confined within the 'Cold Palace' for showing disrespect to her mother-in-law 27th March 1765, receiving a funeral befitting a concubine of the first rank, daughter of Captain Narbu, of the Ula Nara clan and the Manchu Yellow Banner Corps. m. (third) at the Peking, 1745, H.M. Empress Hsiao Yi-chun [Weigiya-chi] (b. 1727; d. 28th February 1775, bur. Y-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), granted the title of Ling Kuei Jn, prom. to Ling-yi Pin 9th December 1745, Ling-yi Fei 20th May 1749, Ling-yi Kuei Fei March 1759, and Ling-yi Huang Kuei Fei 28th July 1765, and finally to the posthumous title of Hsiao Yi-chun Huang Hou 15th October 1795, daughter of Ch'ing Tai, Tch'eng-ngen-kong, a distingusihed mandarin. m. (fourth) 1760, H.M. Empress Hsiao Yi-jung (b. 1734; d. 24th May 1788, bur. Y-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), granted the title of He Kuei Jn 1761, prom. to Jung Pin 1762, to Jung Fei in 1768, and finally to the rank of Empress with the title of Hsiao Yi-jung Huang Hou, daughter of Khwaja Parsa-Hojolai, a Muslim of the Hojo clan and descendant of Gambar, founder of the Shizu sect. m. (a) Tch-min Huang Kuei Fei [Futchachi]. m. (b) Shua-chia Huang Kuei Fei [Kingiya-chi] (d. February 1755, bur. Y-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), daughter of Chin Sanbao, of the Fulehan clan, Salt censor. m. (c) Chun-hui Huang Kuei Fei [Sugiya-chi]. m. (d) Hui-hsien Huang Kuei Fei, daughter of Kao Pin, sometime Grand Secretary. m. (e) Y Fei [Ye-t'e-chi] (d.s.p. 1774). m. (f) Xin Fei (d. 28th May 1764), who had issue two daughters. m. (g) Shu Fei [Kia] (d. 4th July 1777), who had issue, an only son who did not survive. m. (h) Che, Shu Fei, of the Yehonala clan. m. (i) 1765, Lu Changzai, a Han Chinese from Suzhou, whose mother was from the Miao. m. (j) ca. 1770, Tun Fei [Wanggiya], daughter of a banner Lieutenant-General. m. (k) Yin Fei, from Qingzhou. m. (l) Ming Kuei Jn (d. after 1778), a lady from the Chen clan of Yangzhou. He d. at the Yang-hsin Hall, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 7th February 1799 (bur. Y-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), having had issue, seventeen sons and ten daughters, including:
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